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Old Nov 3, 2012, 11:31 AM   #1
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Best App to show off new iPad4 right now

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Old Nov 3, 2012, 11:36 AM   #2
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Old Nov 3, 2012, 12:01 PM   #3
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Nice.
As a bonus, that app works all the way back to iOS 2.1

Sadly, the reviews don't support your recommendation.
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Old Nov 3, 2012, 05:39 PM   #4
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Galaxy On Fire 2 HD is a bit stuttery on the iPad 3 so that'll probably be nicer on the iPad 4.

NOVA 3 on the iPad 3 makes you choose between low resolution will full effects and full resolution with some effects missing. I expect they'll do an update that allows the iPad 4 to have full effects at full resolution.

Also Infinity Blade 2 currently runs at a lower resolution on the iPad 3 so I wouldn't be surprised if that gets a full resolution update for the iPad 4.

Other games that look great (but also do on the iPad 3) are Real Racing 2, Dead Trigger (crap game though - but free), Rage HD, Epoch and Shadowgun.
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Galaxy On Fire 2 HD is a bit stuttery on the iPad 3 so that'll probably be nicer on the iPad 4.

NOVA 3 on the iPad 3 makes you choose between low resolution will full effects and full resolution with some effects missing. I expect they'll do an update that allows the iPad 4 to have full effects at full resolution.

Also Infinity Blade 2 currently runs at a lower resolution on the iPad 3 so I wouldn't be surprised if that gets a full resolution update for the iPad 4.

Other games that look great (but also do on the iPad 3) are Real Racing 2, Dead Trigger (crap game though - but free), Rage HD, Epoch and Shadowgun.
i saw that Galaxy on Fire today in the App store on my iphone.. Looks like an Amazing game with great graphics.. My sole porpose for a ipad purchase is the gaming.. Can't wait...
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